BEETON'S BOOK OF NEDDLEWORK. Part 1. TATTING - This book contains the first part of BEETON'S BOOK OF NEDDLEWORK. Beeton's Book of Needlework was originally published in Great Britain in 1870 by Ward, Lock and Tyler and is now republished as a way to preserve this wonderful art for the present and future generations. - Contains clear and explicit directions for working the patterns. - Every pattern and stitch described and engraved with the utmost accuracy and the exact quantity of material requisite for each pattern stated. - purses, collars, inserts, borders, lace, rossettes, cravat ends, lady's veil, cap crown, circle for collar, cuffs, etc., linen, edgings, pine pattern, deep border, deep lace, diamond, medallion and trimming for lingeries, veils, stars, and more.
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The patterns and instructions are definitely not for a beginner which is not stated in the description. On my iPhone it was very difficult to look through. I feel that I’ll spend as much time bouncing between these tiny pages and pictures as I would tatting. The view on a computer is better for the pictures but has the same issue with the text, too many pages to go through. I’d be happier with a bound copy and proper page layout.